Versatility of obsidian
Obsidian is a natural glass that forms when viscous lava cools quickly and contains little water. It is typically black in color with a vitreous sheen. Due to various inclusions, obsidian can also take on other colors or form patterns. The most famous examples of these are snowflake obsidian, mahogany obsidian, silver obsidian. But it can also lead to the beautiful slats and cobweb obsidian.
Due to its glass-like structure and sharp-edged cleavage, obsidian has been a popular rock for making arrowheads and sharp tools since ancient times. Obsidian utensils have been found on all continents. Ornaments and ornaments have also been found among the ancient Aztecs, and the ancient Greeks were the first to make obsidian mirrors.
Obsidian is a grounding stone. It keeps you grounded and offers a balance between spirituality and the physical Earth reality. Carry obsidian with you for a continuous steam of earthly energy. Obsidian helps against feelings of loneliness and takes you out of isolation. It lets you see and accept the dark sides of yourself so that they no longer have to influence your daily actions.